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    • Fight for Air Walk to Benefit American Lung Association
      Congratulationsare in order for the "Remington Racers" from our Cleveland East Campus for participatingin the Cleveland "Fight For Air" Walk on May 21, 2011, and raising anoutstanding total of $1,050 for the American Lung Association.
    • Cleveland Medical Assisting Graduate Finds Hope After OCD
      Jenifer Shortridge has come a long way. Just four years ago, this graduate of ourMedical Assisting program at Cleveland Campus had all but given up on living a"normal life" due to her debilitating daily struggles with Obsessive CompulsiveDisorder (OCD) since she was a youngster.
    • Remington College-Cleveland Campus Offers Complimentary Haircuts for Kids
      Remington College-Cleveland Campus Offers Complimentary Haircuts for Kids Cuts for Kids event provides two weeks of complimentary back-to-school haircuts starting August 9 Remington College - Cleveland Campus is again offering complimentary back-
    • Cuts for Kids has provided thousands of back-to-school haircuts
      Remington College is holding its third annual Cuts for Kids eventthis summer. Students in Remington Collegecosmetology programs across the country will provide complimentary back-to-schoolhaircuts for kids ages 17 and under.
    • Remington College blood drives in Cleveland set for June 14 and June 23
      Remington College - Cleveland West Campus and Remington College - Cleveland Campus are continuing their series of blood drives to recruit more minority blood donors to benefit Cleveland-area residents in need of blood.
    • Criminal Justice Degree Instructor Shares 35 Years of Experience with Students
      Mr. French started at Remington College in September 2006, just a year after the Criminal Justice program was introduced at the Campus. The program has benefited from his more than 35 years of experience, including positions as a juvenile and federal court probation officer, a supervisor and part of the Mayor of Cleveland's Re-Entry Task Force at the Bureau of Prisons Halfway House in Cleveland, and a community resource specialist for the Northern District of Ohio's Justice Department. He is also a U.S. Army veteran and former military police officer.
    • Remington College Announces Winning Schools in the 2011 "Adopt Our School" Program
      After more than 6 weeks of voting from parents and public schools eagerto fill needs in the classroom, Remington College is proud to announcethe winners from its Adopt Our School program....
    • Who We Are: Mike Metcalf, Job Development Specialist
      Mike assists in placing graduates of our technical and degree programsat the Cleveland campuses. He comments, "I do Q&A's with studentsin class to talk about what's going on in the marketplace and to learnmore about their goals and desires after they finish school. On theoutside, I call on and visit companies to develop and growrelationships with them in the hope that they will hire our graduates."
    • Resourcefulness of Cleveland East Pharmacy Tech Student and Her Instructor Is a Balm for Our U.S. Troops Abroad
      John Rohal, Chairperson of the Pharmacy Technician diploma program at our Cleveland, Ohio college, delivered 400 tubes of lip balmto Cleveland's VFW Post 387 on Veterans Day, November 11, 2010. Thedonation was accepted by Post 387 auxiliary chapter president, LeAnnChristner.
    • After 18 Years, New Career Is a New Reality for Cleveland Pharmacy Technician College Graduate
      Cleveland Pharmacy Technician graduate Abeer ("Abby") Shihadeh's life has taken a new turn, thanks to her dedication to gaining a college diploma and a certification from PTCB -- and thanks to some help and support from the staff at Remington College – Cleveland Campus.
    • Remington College's Cuts for Kids Program
      Ask any parent about getting their kids ready to go back to school and they'll tell you it can be a costly and time-consuming ordeal. In order to make the process easier, Remington College holds an annual event called Cuts for Kids. All our campuses with Cosmetology programs offer compliment
    • Remington College Provides More than 3,000 Complimentary Back-to-School Hair Cuts
      Remington College sent more than 3,000 students back to school looking and feeling their best this summer. The career college provided complimentary back to school hair cuts at the thirteen Remington College campuses with cosmetology departments.
    • Remington College Offers Complimentary Haircuts for Kids
      Remington College will offer complimentary back-to-school haircuts for children this summer. The annual Cuts for Kids event will take place on 11 Remington College campuses with cosmetology programs.
    • Giving Back: Cleveland Campus Helps Displaced Workers
      On May 16 and 23, 2009, instructor Gordie Dodson, from Remington College – Cleveland Campus,partnered with a team from the Nordonia Hills YMCA and the Church ofthe Hills, in Northfield, Ohio, to help give displaced local workers achance to revisit and enhance their job-hunting skills.
    • Giving Back: "Cuts for Kids" a Success at All Nine Participating Campuses
      Congratulations to all of the Remington College campusesparticipating in our August 2009 "Cuts for Kids" promotion, whichoffered haircuts at no cost to children aged 17 and under, along withcuts, shampoos, styles, hair coloring, and other services to adults athalf the regular price.
    • Remington College - Cleveland Campus to Hold Open House
      Remington College-Cleveland Campus will hold an open house on August 8th to allow community members to see what the campus has to offer. From 10 am to 2 pm, the public can tour the campus, meet instructors, view hands-on demonstrations and learn more about financial aid available for those who qualify.
    • Remington College-Cleveland Campus Helps Displaced Workers Improve Job Seeking Skills
      Instructors at Remington College-Cleveland Campus are providing displaced workers an opportunity to improve their job hunting skills in order to try and get back into the workforce through a new initiative called Step to Hope.